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2019.01.25 Last Week in Digital Media

Welcome to another update, here’s what you might have missed Last Week in Digital Media. GENERAL Mark Zuckerberg posted an Op-Ed on the WSJ titled “The Facts About Facebook“. The post has been criticized by some for being dismissive of the challenges and concerns faced over the past 12 months. However, there is a positive takeaway (paraphrasing) where Zuckerberg affirms… Read more →

2018.12.14 Last Week in Digital Media

It’s the last Last Week in Digital Media for the year. Thanks for reading, sharing, and notes of encouragement throughout the year. GENERAL The IPG Media Lab has published an excellent retrospective of the year, reviewing progress in six (6) key areas from regulation, to voice search and AR. Something to read and reflect on over the holiday break and prior… Read more →

2018.09.16 Last Week in Digital Media

If you have family, friends, loved ones, or colleagues in the path of Hurricane Florence please stay safe. Google will be matching up to $1M in donations to the Red Cross in support of relief efforts. Here’s the news from last week in digital media: PEOPLE Snapchat’s Chief Strategy Officer (Imran Khan) is leaving the company. There has been a steady stream… Read more →

2018.04.20 Last Week in Digital Media

Here’s the news you may have missed: GENERAL in the interesting (but odd) category, Amazon released an Android Browser only available in India call “Internet“. It bills itself as smaller,  more secure and private than other browsers. No word on whether it might make it to the US. Snapchat has released new developer capabilities for Lens Studio. New templates include… Read more →

2017.04.07 Last Week in Digital Media

Google/YouTube Brand Safety updates: Google is going to allow MRC accredited 3rd party verification. This is currently planned as being available post-campaign only i.e. not to prevent ads running on inappropriate content but after a campaign, reporting if ads ran on inappropriate content. The timeline for when this is available is yet to be confirmed. YouTube channels with under 10,000 views will… Read more →